Why We Need One Another — What We Create Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on August 11, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. Several days ago I wrote and article that I would like to share with you in video format. I create video presentations of my articles to empower individuals who learn through watching and listening. The name of the article is, Why We Need One Another – What We Create.
Here is a brief excerpt from the article:
“Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you. Recently, I felt led to share the below in an email to a friend. I feel led to share the content of the email with you, because we need one another. May you see yourself in a new light as you read what I shared with her.
The way that I look at it is that we are all just as important. Each individual is unique with gifts, talents and abilities that other people may not possess. We are not in competition with one another. As I use my gifts, talents and abilities other people are “fed”. As other people use their gifts, talents and abilities, I am fed. By being who we are, we feed one another.
I once heard a friend of mine, Billy, share an allegory that he heard. I thought about that allegory as I wrote this email, and then did some research online. I found the allegory on Wikipedia. The allegory illustrates the importance that we play in each others lives. The allegory illustrates what we create when we feed one another and when we chose to not feed one another. “
The Allegory is shared in the rest of the article.
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